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Tanks: 2374 M1 Abrams, 894 IPM1, 2100+ M1A1 (deliveries ongoing), 5328 M60A3, 2659 M60A1, as many as 1800 M48A5 , 1334 M551 Sheridan, 630 M47s (stored in Italy – this one surprised everyone after it was revealed in the CFE declarations.)

AIFVs: 4955 M2/M3 Bradleys (deliveries ongoing)

M113 Family: (per Jane’s 1992) 16,000 M113 APCs, 1950 M106 107mm SP mortar, 950+ M125 81mm SP mortar, 4000 M548, 5000 M577, 3300 M901 SP TOW, 1000 M901 FIST-V

SP Artillery: 2,400 M109A2/A3 155mm SP (likely significant quantities in storage), 1046 M110A2 203mm SP

Towed Artillery: 1000+ M198 155mm towed howitzers (possibly fewer?), 526 M114 155mm towed howitzers, 150 M119 105mm (UK Light Gun), 1100+ M101, M102 105mm towed

MRL: 373 MLRS (deliveries ongoing)

Surface-to-Surface Missile Systems: 65 Lance launchers (more in storage?)

Air Defense: 400+ I-Hawk, ~300 Patriot (deliveries ongoing), 30+ Avengers (deliveries ongoing), 600 Chapparal SP, 31 Roland (in storage), some Pedestal Mounted Stinger (deliveries ongoing), numerous Stinger, Redeye, 360 M163 20mm Vulcan SP, 220 M167 20mm Vulcan towed, 300 M42 Duster twin 40mm SP (NG only, phasing out)

ATGM: 7700 Dragon launchers, 7400 TOW Launchers (not sure what this includes)

Fixed Wing Aviation: 28 RU-21, 148 OV-1B/C/D, 30 RV-1D (plus numerous light transport and utility types)

Rotary Wing Aviation: 1041 AH-1F/S Cobra, 535 AH-64A (deliveries ongoing), 1840 OH-58A/C, 74 OH-58D (deliveries ongoing), 340+ OH-6A, 950+ UH-60 (deliveries ongoing), 3200+ UH-1B/H (likely more in storage), 212 CH-47B/C, 240 CH-47D (deliveries ongoing), 71 CH-54 Tarhe heavy lift (NG only), 20 EH-1H Quick Fix I, 20+ EH-60A Quick Fix II (deliveries ongoing)

Special Operations Aviation: (as of end FY88): 2 UH-60A, 45 MH-60, 34 MH-6, 20 AH-6, 23 UH-1, 16 MH-47 (D?) (on order, being delivered?, 51 MH-47E, 23 MH-60K)
Note 2: Patriot Battalions: The 48 launchers listed represents the ideal. Initially, battalions were to be organized with 3 batteries of 8 quad launchers each, expanding to six batteries as firing units became available.
Note 3: Engineer Battalions. Engineer Battalions came in four basic types:

Combat Engineer Battalion (Divisional): Those assigned to divisions. Configured to directly support the division.

Combat Engineer Battalion (Corps): Similar to those in division, but larger. May reinforce divisions as needed.

Engineer Battalion (Combat Heavy): Equipped to handle heavy construction and earthmoving tasks. Used to construct and maintain infrastructure, but capable of handline entrenchment and obstacle construction. Organized with a HQ and Support Co, plus three Engineer Companies. Heavy equipment includes dump trucks, flat bed trucks, road building vehicles, cement mixers, cranes, and related construction equipment.

Topographic Engineer Battalion: Relatively rare – provides topographic and terrain analysis in a theater.
US Army Table of Organization and Equipment (TO&E)

(Typical organization, but may vary)


Note 1: The term Light Infantry in this TO&E includes Airborne, Air Assault, Infantry, and Light Infantry
Note 2: The term XO is the unit eXecutive Officer and second in command
1. Squad:
a. Mech Infantry: 9 Infantry - 1 M2 or M113 IFV, 3 crew, 6 dismounts, 5 M16, 2 M203, 2 M249, 1 M47

b. Light Infantry: 11 Infantry - 7 M16, 2 M203, 2 M249 (SAW), 2 M47 (Dragon)

c. Weapons Squad: 7 Infantry - 2 M60 MG, 5 M16

d. Mech Recon: 12 Infantry - 2 M3 CFV, 6 crew, 6 dismounts, 8 M16, 2 M203, 2 M249, 2 M47

e. Light Recon: 6 Infantry - 2 HMMWV, 2 .50 cal MG, 4 M16, 2 M203, 2 M47
2. Platoon:
a. Mech Infantry: HQ Section: 1 M2 or M113, Platoon leader, Platoon Sergeant, and driver

3 Mech Infantry Squads

1 Weapons Squad (carried by HQ M2/M113)
b. Tank: HQ Section: Platoon Leader, Platoon sergeant, and driver

4 Tanks (Platoon Leader is one of the Tank Commanders)


c. Light Infantry: HQ Section: Platoon leader and Platoon Sergeant

3 Light Infantry Squads

1 Weapons Squad
d. Mech Recon: HQ Section: 1 HMMWV, Platoon Leader, Platoon sergeant, and driver

3 Mech Recon Squads (Platoon leader usually accompanies one of the squads)


e. Light Recon: HQ Section: 1 HMMWV, Platoon Leader, Platoon sergeant, and driver

3 Light Recon Squads


3. Company: The Cavalry equivalent is the Troop
a. Mech Infantry: HQ Section: 1 M2 ,1 M113 or 2 M113, and 1 M88, Company Commander, XO, 1SG, + crews

3 Mech Infantry Platoons


b. Tank: HQ Section: 2 Tanks ,1 M113, 1 AVLB, and 1 M88, Company Commander, XO, 1SG, + crews

3 Tank Platoons


c. Light Infantry: HQ Section: 2 HMMWV, Company Commander, XO, First Sergeant, 2 driver/clerks

3 Light Infantry Platoons

2 60mm Mortars + crews
d. Ranger: HQ Section: Company Commander, XO, First Sergeant, 2 RTO/clerks

3 Light Infantry Platoons

2 60mm Mortars + crews
e. Cavalry Troop: HQ Section: 1 Tank, 1 M3 CFV, and 1 M88, Troop Commander, XO, First Sergeant, + crews

(Heavy Div) 3 Mech Recon Platoons

2 M106 4.2 inch mortars + crews
f. Cavalry Troop: HQ Section: 3 HMMWV, Troop Commander, XO, First Sergeant, + crews

(Light Div) 3 Light Recon Platoons

g. Cavalry Troop: HQ Section: 1 M1A1, 1 M3 CFV, and 1 M88, Troop Commander, XO, First Sergeant, + crews

(Regimental) 2 Mech Recon Platoons

2 Tank Platoons - 4 M1A1 each

2 M106 4.2 inch mortars + crews


4. Battalion: The Cavalry equivalent is the Squadron
a. Mech Infantry: HQ Section: 2 M2 or M113 and 1 HMMWV, Battalion Commander, XO, CSM, + crews

HQ Company: 2 M113, 3 M577, 8 Medic M113, 3 M88, 2 AVLB, + crews

4 Mech Infantry Companies

1 Anti-Tank Company: 12 M901

1 Mech Recon Platoon

1 Mortar Platoon: 6 M106


b. Tank: HQ Section: 2 Tanks and 1 HMMWV, Battalion Commander, XO, CSM, + crews

HQ Company: 2 M113, 3 M577, 8 Medic M113, 3 M88, 2 AVLB, + crews

4 Tank Companies

1 Mech Recon Platoon

1 Mortar Platoon: 6 M106
c. Light Infantry: HQ Section: 3 HMMWV, Battalion Commander, XO, CSM, + drivers

HQ Company: 8 HMMWV, 6 Medic HMMWV + crews

3 Light Infantry Companies

1 Anti-Tank Company: 12 HMMWV with TOW

1 Light Recon Platoon

1 Mortar Platoon: 4 81mm mortars, 5 HMMWV, + crews


d. Ranger: HQ Section: 1 HMMWV, Battalion Commander, XO, CSM, + driver

HQ Company:

3 Ranger Companies:

1 Ranger Recon Platoon: all dismounts

1 Mortar Platoon: 4 81mm mortars, 5 HMMWV, + crews
e. Cavalry Sqdn: 1st , 3rd , 24th Infantry, 1st Cavalry, 2nd , and 3rd Armored Divisions
HQ Section: 2 M3 and 1 HMMWV, Squadron Commander, XO, CSM, + crews

HQ Troop: 2 M113, 3 M577, 6 Medic M113, 3 M88, 1 UH60A + crews

2 Heavy Division Cavalry Troops

2 Air Troops: 6 OH58C, 4 AH1F each


f. Cavalry Sqdn: 4th ,5th ,8th Infantry Divisions and 1st Armored Division
HQ Section: 1 M60A3, 1 M113, and 1 HMMWV, Squadron Commander, XO, CSM, + crews

HQ Troop: 2 M113, 3 M577, 6 Medic M113, 3 M88, 1 UH1H + crews

2 Cavalry Troops: 9 M60A3, 13 M113, 12 M47 Dragon each

2 Air Troops: 6 OH58C, 4 AH1F each


g. Cavalry Sqdn: 6th ,7th ,10th ,and 25th Light Divisions
HQ Section: 3 HMMWV, Squadron Commander, XO, CSM, + crews

HQ Troop: 8 HMMWV, 6 Medic HMMWV, 1 UH60A + crews

2 Light Division Cavalry Troops

2 Air Troops: 6 OH58C, 4 AH1F each

1 Anti-Tank Platoon: 6 HMMWV with TOW
h. Cavalry Sqdn: 2nd Infantry Division
HQ Section: 1 M60A3, 1 M113, and 1 HMMWV, Squadron Commander, XO, CSM, + crews

HQ Troop: 2 M113, 3 M577, 6 Medic M113, 3 M88, 1 UH60A + crews

2 Cavalry Troops: 9 M60A3, 13 M113, 12 M47 Dragon each

3 Air Troops: 6 OH58C, 4 AH1F each

1 Long Range Recon Troop: 40 Infantry
i. Cavalry Sqdn: 9th Motorized Division
HQ Section: 3 HMMWV, Squadron Commander, XO, CSM, + crews

HQ Troop: 8 HMMWV, 6 Medic HMMWV, 1 UH60A + crews

2 Air Troops: 6 OH58C, 4 AH1F each

1 Anti-Tank Troop: 42 HMMWV with TOW


j. Cavalry Sqdn: 82nd Airborne Division
HQ Section: 3 HMMWV, Squadron Commander, XO, CSM, + crews

HQ Troop: 8 HMMWV, 6 Medic HMMWV, 1 UH60A + crews

3 Air Troops: 6 OH58C, 4 AH1F each

1 Light Division Troop


k. Cavalry Sqdn: 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)
HQ Section: 3 HMMWV, Squadron Commander, XO, CSM, + crews

HQ Troop: 8 HMMWV, 6 Medic HMMWV, 8 UH60A + crews

4 Air Troops: 6 OH58C, 4 AH1F each
l. Armor Cavalry: 1st , 2nd , 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiments

(Regimental)

HQ Section: 1 M1A1, 1 M3 and 1 HMMWV, Squadron Commander, XO, CSM, + crews

HQ Troop: 2 M113, 3 M577, 8 Medic M113, 3 M88, 2 AVLB + crews

3 Regimental Cavalry Troops

1 Tank Troop: 14 M1A1 - Identical to a Tank Company

1 Artillery Troop: 8 M109A3
m. Air Cavalry: 1st , 2nd , 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiments

(Regimental)

HQ Section: 3 HMMWV, Squadron Commander, XO, CSM, + crews

HQ Troop: 8 HMMWV, 6 Medic HMMWV, 1 OH58C, 3 EH60, 18 UH60A + crews

3 Air Cavalry Troops: 6 OH58C, 4 AH1F each

2 Attack Troops: 6 AH1F or AH64A and 4 OH58A each


US AIR FORCE
TACTICAL AIR COMMAND (TAC)
USAF data came from a wide variety of sources. Phil Boshier’s 1989 USAF OOB was a good start, but has been heavily edited using each unit’s official history. This site is an excellent review of F-16 equipped units that have been deactivated. This site has a good roundup of F-4 Wild Weasel units. Please note that units in blue are ones whose existence or status was not consistent throughout all sources. In addition, I owe an invaluable debt to TankNet’s Chico who mined a variety of official site to confim (or provide corrections to) this list.
1. US 1st Air Force HQ - Langley, VA: Responsible for the defense of US airspace.
a. 48th FIS - Langley AFB, VA: 18 F-15C

b. 57th FIS - Keflavik, Iceland: 18 F-15C

c. 318th FIS - McChord AFB, WA: 18 F-15C (deact late 89)

2. US 9th Air Force HQ - Shaw AFB, SC: Responsible to provide immediate TAC reinforcement to Europe


a. 1st Tactical Fighter Wing (TFW) - Langley, VA:

1. 27th Tactical Fighter Squadron (TFS): 24 F-15C

2. 71st TFS: 24 F-15C

3. 94th TFS: 24 F-15C

4. 6th ACCS: EC-135E

5. 441st Helicopter Flight: UH-1

b. 4th TFW - Seymour Johnson AFB, NC:

1. 334th TFS: 24 F-4E

2. 335th TFS: 24 F-4E

3. 336th TFS: 24 F-15E

4. 337th TFS: 20 F-15E (receiving aircraft during the year)

c. 23rd TFW - England AFB, LA:

1. 74th TFS: 18 A-10

2. 75th TFS: 18 A-10

3. 76th TFS: 18 A-10

d. 31st TFW - Homestead AFB, FL:

1. 306th TFS: 24 F-16A Block 15

1. 307th TFS: 24 F-16A Block 15

2. 308th TFS: 24 F-16A Block 15

3. 309th TFS: 24 F-16A Block 15

e. 33rd TFW - Eglin AFB, FL:

1. 58th TFS: 24 F-15C

2. 59th TFS: 24 F-15C

3. 60th TFS: 24 F-15C

f. 347th TFW - Moody AFB, GA:

1. 68th TFS: 24 F-16C

2. 69th TFS: 24 F-16C

3. 70th TFS: 24 F-16C

g. 354th TFW - Myrtle Beach AFB, SC:

1. 353rd TFS: 18 A-10

2. 355th TFS: 18 A-10

3. 356th TFS: 18 A-10

h. 363rd TFW - Shaw AFB, SC:

1. 17th TFS: 24 F-16A

2. 19th TFS: 24 F-16A

3. 30th TFS: 24 F-16A

4. 16th Tactical Reconnaissnce Squadron: (TRS) 18 RF-4C (converting to F-16C)
Note: The 33rd TFW was the test wing for the AIM-120, being issued the limited-production AIM-120A in late 1988/early 1989 for training and evaluation.
3. US 12th Air Force HQ - Bergstrom AFB, TX: Responsible to provide follow on TAC reinforcement to Europe
a. 24th Composite Wing – Howard AFB, Panama:

1. 24th Tactical Air Support Squadron: A-37

(had various A-7, A-10, C-130 units attached from CONUS)

b. 27th TFW - Cannon AFB, NM:

1. 522nd TFS: 24 F-111D

2. 523rd TFS: 24 F-111D

3. 524th TFS: 24 F-111D

c. 35th TFW – George AFB, CA:

1. 20th TFTS: 24 F-4E (responsible for training Luftwaffe pilots)

2. 21st TFS: 24 F-4E

d. 37th TFW - George AFB, CA:

1. 561st TFS: 24 F-4G Wild Weasel

2. 562nd TFTS: 24 F-4G Wild Weasel

3. 563rd TFS: 24 F-4G Wild Weasel

e. 49th TFW - Holloman AFB, NM:

1. 7th TFS: 24 F-15A

2. 8th TFS: 24 F-15A

3. 9th TFS: 24 F-15A

f. 67th TRW - Bergstrom AFB, TX:

1. 12th TRS: 18 RF-4C

2. 62nd TRS: 18 RF-4C

3. 91st TRS: 18 RF-4C

4. 45th TRTS: RF-4C

g. 366th TFW - Mountain Home AFB, ID:

1. 388th ECS: 24 EF-111A

2. 389th TFTS: 24 F-111

3. 391st TFS: 24 F-111

h. 388th TFW - Hill AFB, UT:

1. 4th TFS: 24 F-16A (to F-16C block 40 5/89)

2. 421st TFS: 24 F-16A (to F-16C block 40 5/89)

3. 34th TFS: 24 F-16A (to F-16C block 40 5/89)

i. 474th TFW - Nellis AFB, NV: (deactivated late 1989)

1. 428th TFS: 24 F-16C

2. 429h TFS: 24 F-16C

3. 430th TFS: 24 F-16A

j. 4450th Tactical Group – Nellis AFB, NV

1. Unkown squadrons: 56 F-117, including training unit

k. 602nd Tactical Air Control Wing – Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ:

1. 23rd TASS: 12 OV-10A

2. 22nd TACTS: 12 OV-10A

l. 479th Tactical Training Wing – Holloman AFB, NM:

1. 433rd TFTS: AT-38

2. 435th TFTS: T-38

3. 436th TFTS: T-38

m. 355th Tactical Training Wing – Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ: (A-10, O-2, OV-10, OA-37)

1. 333rd TFTS:

2. 357th TFTS:

3. 358th TFTS:

n. 56th Tactical Training Wing – Luke AFB, AZ:

1. 310th TFTS: F-16C

2. 311th TFTS: F-16A

3. 312th TFTS: F-16C

4. 314th TFTS: F-16C

o. 405th Tactical Training Wing – Luke AFB, AZ:

1. 461st TFTS: F-15E

2. 505th TFTS: F-15E

3. 555th TFTS: F-15E

p. 868th Tactical Missile Training Group – Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ:




Note 1: Certain units were re-badged in Oct-Nov 1989, with F-117s going to 37th TFW as 415th, 416th, 417th TFS.

Note 2: 474th TFS deactivated, late 89; squadron fate unkown.

OTHER US-BASED UNITS

1. Independent Major Training Units

a. 57th Fighter Weapons Wing – Nellis AFB

1. 64th Aggressor Squadron: F-16 (from F-5E, 4/88)

2. 65th Aggressor Squadron: F-5E (deact 4/89)

b. 325th Tactical Training Wing (USAF Air Defense Center) – Tyndall AFB, FL:

1. 1st TFTS: F-15

2. 2nd TFTS: F-15

3. 95th TFTS: F-15
2. Other Units Of Interest – Subordination Unknown

a. 16th TRS – Shaw AFB, SC: 18 RF-4C

b. 27th TASS – George AFB, CA: 12 OV-10A

c. 4477th Test and Evaluation Squadron – “CONSTANT PEG” equipped with Soviet-made aircraft flying in the aggressor role. May have ceased operations in late 1988.


US AIR FORCE - EUROPE (USAFE)
1. US 3rd Air Force HQ - Mildenhall, United Kingdom:
a. 10th TFW - Alconbury, UK:

1. 509th TFS: 24 A-10

2. 511th TFS: 24 A-10

b. 20th TFW - Upper Heyford, UK:

1. 55th TFS: 24 F-111E

2. 77th TFS: 24 F-111E

3. 79th TFS: 24 F-111E

c. 48th TFW “Liberty” - Lakenheath, UK:

1. 492nd TFS: 24 F-111F

2. 493rd TFS: 24 F-111F

3. 494th TFS: 24 F-111F

4. 495th TFS: 24 F-111F (training unit for wing)

d. 81st TFW - Bentwaters, UK:

1. 78th TFS: 24 A-10

2. 91st TFS: 24 A-10

3. 92nd TFS: 24 A-10

4. 511th TFS: 24 A-10

e. 527th TFTS – Bentwaters, UK: 16 F-5E (aggressor training)

f. 513th Airborne Command & Control Wing – Mildenhall, UK

1. 10th ACCS: EC/WC-135

f. 501st Tactical Missile Wing (TMW) - RAF Greenham Common, UK: 96 BGM-109G GLCM

g. 503rd Tactical Missile Wing (TMW) - RAF Molesworth, UK: 64 BGM-109G GLCM (withdrawn in 1989)


Note: 527th converted to F-16C Block 32 starting Jan 89; may have been assigned to 81st TFW
2. US 17th Air Force HQ - Sembach, FRG:
a. 36th TFW - Bitburg AFB, FRG:

1. 22nd TFS: 24 F-15C

2. 53rd TFS: 24 F-15C

3. 535th TFS: 24 F-15C

b. 50th TFW - Hahn AFB, FRG:

1. 10th TFS: 24 F-16C Block 25

2. 313th TFS: 24 F-16C Block 25

3. 496th TFS: 24 F-16C Block 25

c. 52nd TFW - Spangdahlem AFB, FRG:

1. 23rd TFS: 24 F-16C

2. 81st TFS: 24 F-4G Wild Weasel

3. 480th TFS: 24 F-16C

4. 481st TFS: 24 F-16C

d. 86th TFW - Ramstein AFB, FRG:

1. 512th TFS: 24 F-16C Block 30

2. 516th TFS: 24 F-16C Block 30

e. 32nd TFS - Soesterberg AFB, Holland: 24 F-15C

f. 26th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing (TRW) - Zweibrucken, FRG:

1. 38th TRS: 20 RF-4C

g. 66th Electronic Countermeasures Wing (ECW) - Upper Heyford, UK:

1. 42nd ECS: 18 EF-111A

2. 43rd ECS: EC-130H

h. 38th Tactical Missile Wing - Wuescheim AFB, NL: 96 BGM-109G GLCM

i. 485th Tactical Missile Wing - Florennes AFB, BE: 48 BGM-109G GLCM

j. 486th Tactical Missile Wing – Woensdrecht AB, NL: 48 BGM-109G GLCM

3. US 16th Air Force HQ - Torrejon, Spain:


a. 401st TFW - Torrejon, Spain:

1. 612th TFS: 24 F-16C Block 30

2. 613th TFS: 24 F-16C Block 30

3. 614th TFS: 24 F-16C Block 30

b. 487th TMW - Comiso AFB, Italy: 112 BGM-109G GLCM
PACIFIC AIR FORCE (PACAF)
1. US 5th Air Force HQ -



  1. 18th TFW – Kadena (Okinawa), Japan:

1. 12th TFS: 24 F-15C

2. 44th TFS: 24 F-15C

3. 67th TFS: 24 F-15C

4. 15th TRS: 18 RF-4C (to Korea 10/89)



  1. 432nd TFW – Misawa, Japan:

1. 13th TFS: 24 F-16A

2. 14th TFS: 24 F-16A

c. 961st AWCS: 4 E-3A Sentry
2. US 7th Air Force HQ -
a. 8th TFW – Kunsan, Republic of Korea:

1. 35th TFS: 24 F-16A

2. 80th TFS: 24 F-16A

b. 51st TFW:

1. 25th TFS – Suwon, ROK: 18 A-10

2. 36th TFS – Osan, ROK: 24 F-16C

3. 497th TFS – Taegu, ROK: 24 F-4E (deactivated 1/89)

c. 5th Tactical Air Control Group – Osan, ROK:

1. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron: 12 OV-10A

Note: moved to Suwon in 8/89, re-equipped with OA-10A
3. US 13th Air Force HQ – Clark AFB, Philippines:

a. 3rd TFW – Clark AFB, Philippines:

1. 3rd TFS: 24 F-4E

2. 90th TFS: 24 F-4E/G

3. 26th Aggressor Squadron: 24 F-5E
4. Alaskan Air Command:
a. 343rd Combined Wing – Eielson AFB, AK:

1. 18th TFS: 18 A-10

2. 25th TASS: OV-10A

3. 11th TASS: OA-10A

b. 21st Tactical Fighter Wing – Elmendorf AFB, AK:

43rd TFS: 18 F-15A

54th TFS: 18 F-15A


  1. 962nd AWCS: 2 E-3A Sentry

5. 15th Air Base Wing – Hickam AFB, HI:

a. 9th ACCS: EC-135E ABCP

STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND (SAC)
1. US 8th Air Force - Barksdale AFB, LA: Responsible to provide Recon, Bombing, and Re-Fueling support to Europe
a. 2nd Bomb Wing - Barksdale AFB, LA:

1. 62nd Bomber Squadron: 16 B-52G

2. 596th BS: 16 B-52G

b. 7th Bomb Wing - Carswell AFB, TX:

1. 9th BS: 16 B-52H

2. 20th BS: 16 B-52H

c. 42nd Bomb Wing - Loring AFB, ME:

1. 69th BS: 16 B-52G

d. 97th Bomb Wing - Eaker AFB, AR:

1. 325th BS: 16 B-52G

e. 319th Bomb Wing - Grand Forks AFB, ND:

1. 46th BS: 17 B-1B

f. 379th Bomb Wing - Wurtsmith AFB, MI:

1. 524th BS: 16 B-52G

g. 380th Bomb Wing - Plattsburgh AFB, NY:

1. 528th BS: 12 FB-111A

2. 529th BS: 12 FB-111A

3. 4007th CCTS: 12 FB-111A

h. 384th Bomb Wing - McConnel AFB, KS:

1. 13th BS: 17 B-1B

i. 410th Bomb Wing - Sawyer AFB, MI:

1. 644th BS: 16 B-52H

j. 416th Bomb Wing - Griffiss AFB, NY:

1. 668th BS: 16 B-52G

k. 509th Bomb Wing - Pease AFB, NH:

1. 393rd BS: 12 FB-111A

2. 715th BS: 12 FB-111A

l. 17th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing (SRW) - Alconbury, UK: 6 SR-71, 14 TR-1


2. US 15th Air Force - March AFB, CA: Responsible to provide Recon, Bombing, and Re-Fueling support as needed
a. 5th Bomb Wing - Minot AFB, ND:

1. 23rd BS: 16 B-52H

b. 28th Bomb Wing - Ellsworth AFB, SD:

1. 37th BS: 17 B-1B

2. 77th BS: 17 B-1B

3. 4th ACCS: EC-135 ACCP

c. 43rd Bomb Wing - Anderson AFB, Guam:

1. 60th BS: 16 B-52H (Harpoon equipped)

d. 92nd Bomb Wing - Fairchild AFB, WA:

1. 325th BS: 16 B-52G

e. 93rd Bomb Wing - Castle AFB, CA:

1. 328th BS: 16 B-52G

2. 4017th CCTS: ? B-52G/T-38

f. 96th Bomb Wing - Dyess AFB, TX:

1. 337th BS: 17 B-1B

2. 338th SBTS: 10 B-1B

g. 320th Bomb Wing - Mather AFB, CA:

1. 441st BS: 16 B-52G

h. 6th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing (SRW) - Eielson AFB, AK: RC-135

i. 9th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing (SRW) - Beale AFB, CA:

1. 1st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (SRS): 6 SR-71A

2. 9th STR: 14 TR-1A

3. 99th SRS: 6 SR-71A

j. 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing (SRW) - Offutt AFB, NB:

1. 1st ACCS: 4 E-4B

2. 9th ACCS: 13 EC-135J

3. 45th SRS: 8 RC-135V
US AIR FORCE RESERVE (AFRES)
1. US 10th Air Force HQ - Bergstrom AFB, TX: Responsible to supplement USAF TAC units
a. 45th Tactical Fighter Squadron (TFS) - Grissom AFB, IN: 18 A-10

b. 46th TFTS – Barksdale AFB, LA: 18 A-10

c. 47th TFS - Barksdale AFB, LA: 18 A-10

d. 89th TFS, 906th TFG - Wright-Patterson AFB, OH: 24 F-4D (F-16A in Oct 89)

e. 93rd TFS, 482nd TFW - Homestead AFB, FL: 24 F-4D (F-16A in Jul 89)

f. 302nd TFS, 944th TFG - Luke AFB, AZ: 24 F-16C

g. 303rd TFS - Richards-Gebaur AFB, MO: 18 A-10

h. 457th TFS - Carswell AFB, TX: 24 F-4E

i. 465th TFS, 507th TFG - Tinker AFB, OK: 24 F-16A Block 10

j. 466th TFS - Hill AFB, UT: 24 F-16A

k. 704th TFS - Bergstrom AFB, TX: 24 F-4D

l. 706th TFS, 926th TFW - New Orleans NAS, LA: 18 A-10


2. US 4th Air Force HQ – McClellan AFB, CA: Primarily an airlift unit

a 71st Special Operaions Squadron – McClellan AFB, CA: C/HH-3

b. 711th SOS, 919th Special Operations Group – Duke Field, FL: AC/C-130
US AIR NATIONAL GUARD (ANG)

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